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mister_x 1.5.2 release
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-^15 Oct 2018|Blog post: Using Qemu to run a Big Endian Debian system|[[|PCAP]], IVS and [[|hashcat]] capture files contain headers that store timestamps and other fields as integer values. In most cases, we're dealing with the same [[|endianness]] (little), so this isn't too big of a deal but when a program needs to run on both big and little endian, values needs to be swapped to read the values as they were stored. \\ \\ We have quite a few buildbots to handle a lot of test cases and while we're taking care of swapping for endianness in most cases, [[|one bug]] slipped through the netThis is a good opportunity to create a [[|MIPS big endian system using QEMU and Debian]] as a guest so we can possibly use it later on as another buildbot.| +^09 Dec 2018|Aircrack-ng 1.5.2|Fourth and last release of the yearIt is smaller than the previous one but we did want to release the fixes and improvements before the holidays so it will be available for Shmoocon next month in your favorite distroSmall issues were found in 1.and then in 1.5.1, which is why we ended up with 1.5.2. \\ \\ It brings fixes, a new feature and lots of improvements. More details in [[|our blog post]].| 
-^8 Oct 2018|Blog post: Aircrack-ng packages|As mentioned in our [[|1.4 release blog post]], we are now providing package repositories for a number of Linux distributions: Debian, Ubuntu, OpenSuse, Fedora, RHEL, CentOS and a few others. \\ \\ Getting this done for so many distributions (and multiple version of each) wasn't an easy feat but we're now automatically building packages for releases and, for the adventurous ones, each commit in our GitHub repository is packaged too, in a separate repository. Head to our [[|blog post]] for more details and how to use it. \\ \\ If you just want to install one of the repositories (git or release), head over to our [[| repository]].| +^07 Nov 2018|Blog post: Continuous Integration/Contious Delivery|We have been using lot of different tools and fined tuned them to provide us better and better information which has contributed to increase code quality over time. [[|This blog post]] gives an overview of our current CI/CD infrastructure and some future improvements we are working on.|
-^29 Sep 2018|Aircrack-ng 1.4|We're on roll, this is the third release of the year. We are still focusing a lot on code quality, while fixing bugs, improving all around and adding features: \\ - PMKID cracking \\ - Cracking capture files with 802.11w \\ - Speed and memory usage improvement when loading (large) files with Aircrack-ng and Airdecap-ng \\ - Packages for Linux distributions and Windows \\ - CI/CD tweaks and improvements \\ - New tests \\ More details can be found in our [[|blog post]].| +
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 ==== Changelog ==== ==== Changelog ====
-  * Aircrack-ng: Added PMKID cracking +  * Airodump-ng: Fixed AP selection slip in interactive mode 
-  * Aircrack-ng: Serious speed up and memory usage decrease when loading large files (multiple Gbusing AVL trees +  * Airodump-ng: Revamped GPS logging functionality and added new logging format (logcsv
-  * Aircrack-ng: Added hwloc (Hardware Locality) to improve performance +  * Aircrack-ng: Only load the maximum supported and available crypto engine 
-  * Aircrack-ng: Support cracking PCAP with Protected Management Frames (802.11w) +  * Aircrack-ng: Reworked wordlist producer/consumer queue 
-  * Aircrack-ng: Merged check_thread() and read_thread() +  * Airserv-ng: Fixed communication between platforms with different size int 
-  * Aircrack-ng: Allow static linking with chosen SIMD +  * Airmon-ng: Improved detection of Raspberry Pis 
-  * Aircrack-ng: Display AVX512F when present +  * GeneralSigned and unsigned comparison fixes 
-  * Airodump-ng: Added clients GPS coordinates in NetXML file +  * PackageAdded package for Ubuntu 18.10 (Cosmic
-  * Airdecap-ng: Improve decrypting/parsing speed +  * GeneralCode cleanups 
-  * Airmon-ng: Updated/fixed using with nexmon +  * General: Added more tests 
-  * Airmon-ng: Better check for lspci requirement on systems that don't have PCI/PCIe devices +  * GeneralCompilation improvements/fixes in autotools 
-  * Airmon-ngAdded support for rtl8812au/8814au/rtl88xxau driver +  * GeneralBig endian fixes 
-  * Build: Fixed building with a few different architectures +  * General: Fixed building on FreeBSD and OpenBSD 
-  * Build: Switch to new CI/CD tool, PyDeployer +  * General: Added instructions to compile on DragonflyBSD and OpenBSD 
-  * Build: Improved building on Windows (and building/testing with AppVeyor) +  * General: Fixed spelling errors
-  * BuildImproved and tweaked CI systems (buildbots, Travis, AppVeyor+
-  * BuildSupport for statically linking libraries/binaries +
-  * Build: Automatic development packages build for multiple Linux distro and upload to +
-  * Tests: Added new tests for Aircrack-ng +
-  * TestsAdded new capture files +
-  * Freeradius-WPEFixed opening log file twice +
-  * General: Fixed loading PCAP on system with a different endianness +
-  * General: Fixed memory leaks and issues reported by static analysis tools +
-  * General: Fixed "error while loading shared libraries" +
-  * General: Various other small improvements in the tools, build system, tests and documentation +
-  * General: Update FSF address +
-  * General: Code formatting+
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 [[changelog|The complete Changelog]] [[changelog|The complete Changelog]]
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